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1HG-T82Dumortierite

Unterkienstock, Rossatz, Rossatz-Arnsdorf, Wachau, Lower Austria, Austria

Light purple dumortierite crystals (~5 mm in length) from Weißenkirchen in der Wachau (quarry at Unterkienstock), Lower Austria, Austria (Fuchs et al., 2005, EJM).
Copyright: © Andreas Ertl, University of Vienna, Austria      Photo ID: 145317     Uploaded by: Andreas Ertl   View Count: 1478   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2272 x 1704 pixels (3.9 Mpix)

E03-57DDumortierite

Gföhl Quarry, Gföhl, Waldviertel, Lower Austria, Austria

Fibrous purplish grey dumortierite crystals ~2 cm in lengths in a pegmatite from a quarry south east of the village Gföhl, Lower Austria, Austria (Fuchs et al., 2005, EJM).
Copyright: © Andreas Ertl, University of Vienna, Austria      Photo ID: 145048     Uploaded by: Andreas Ertl   View Count: 1190   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2272 x 1704 pixels (3.9 Mpix)

NM1-GX5Olenite, Olenite (Var: Lithian excess-boron olenite)

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Palelni mine, Khetchel village, Molo quarter, Momeik Township, Kyaukme District, Shan State, Myanmar

Photomicrograph of pale pink “mushroom” tourmaline (olenite) from Momeik, Burma. Crystal aggregate: ~9 x 20 mm.
Analysed specimen; published in:
Ertl, A., Hughes, J.M., Prowatke, S., Ludwig, T., Brandstätter, F., Körner, W. & Dyar, M.D. (2007): Tetrahedrally coordinated boron in Li-bearing olenite from “mushroom” tourmaline from Momeik, Myanmar. Can. Mineral. 45, 891-899.
Copyright: © Andreas Ertl, University of Vienna, Austria      Photo ID: 145047     Uploaded by: Andreas Ertl   View Count: 998   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2272 x 1704 pixels (3.9 Mpix)

Y8Y-ULXRanciéite, Goethite

Multiple photos available
Marble quarry, Olsa, Friesach, Friesach - Hüttenberg area, Carinthia, Austria

Field of View: 6 mm

Photomicrograph of violet ranciéite crystals in a veinlet of colloform goethite (with a radial fibrous structure), over a thin black manganese oxide coating (hollandite and minor braunite), from Friesach, Carinthia, Austria.
This material was described in:
Ertl, A., Pertlik, F., Prem, M., Post, J.E., Kim, S.J., Brandstätter. F., and Schuster, R. (2005): Ranciéite crystals from Friesach, Carinthia, Austria. European Journal of Mineralogy, 17, 163-172.

Width of the photo section: 6.0 mm.
Copyright: © Andreas Ertl, University of Vienna, Austria      Photo ID: 145043     Uploaded by: Andreas Ertl   View Count: 2159   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1474 x 1063 pixels (1.6 Mpix)
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